The journey from Earth to Mars begins with the first step of a long journey.
The astronauts and crew of the International Space Station, or ISS, begin their mission at the International Launch Complex in Florida, in December 2011.
NASA astronaut Michael Hopkins and his wife, Rebecca, have been together for nearly four years.
Their first spaceflight together was in December 2016.
In April 2017, they flew the first ever U.S. satellite to orbit and was the first U.K. satellite, which flew in November.
They also became the first married couple to make spaceflight history in 2020 when they completed their mission.
After returning to Earth in February 2021, they will be spending more time in space than any other couple.
Hopkins, an astronaut in his fifth mission, has been in space since November, 2016.
Rebecca, a former astronaut in her third mission, spent almost two years in space.
On Tuesday, they celebrated the milestone with a private dinner, the first time they have done so.
The dinner was held at the home of Hopkins, who is the principal investigator of a NASA program to train future astronauts.
They met in person during a mission in which the station was in a low orbit for nearly three years.
It was a milestone that came after Hopkins spent nearly two years orbiting the Earth.
“We’ve been working on this project together, and we’ve been on the road together,” Hopkins said.
For Hopkins, the mission has been a huge part of his life.
He has been involved in spaceflight since the age of six.
It has been an amazing journey.
I’ve never had a better feeling than having my first step back into space.
But now we are back in the same place. “
We didn’t talk about space and all that stuff.
But now we are back in the same place.
It is so exciting to be able to return to Earth.”NASA plans to return humans to space on a manned mission to the moon in the 2020s.
According to NASA, the next crewed mission to orbit the Earth will launch in 2024.
A total of 21 missions have flown in the space shuttle fleet since its retirement in 2011.
The space agency has launched more than 50,000 astronauts.